- Peatlands – the jewels in Scotland’s crown March 9, 2023
- Happy World Seagrass Day from Scotland! March 1, 2023
- Wild Boars of Gaelic Legend February 24, 2023
- Tuirc nan Sgeulachdan air Aghaidh na Tìre February 24, 2023
- South on the right hand February 22, 2023
Tag Archives: community
A year in the life of a ranger
The days are getting longer, the birds have started singing again and rangers are thinking about their year ahead! In today’s guest blog Emily Wilkins shares highlights from a year in her life as a ranger for the islands of … Continue reading
Portmoak Moss – a community of peatland, woodland and people
Portmoak Moss, is a ‘remnant raised bog’ close to the village of Scotlandwell in Perth and Kinross covering an area of approximately 34 hectares (12 ha of which has been cleared of trees and is in a gradual process of … Continue reading
Scotland’s first ever Pollinator Trail, designed by and for children, open now!
On Friday 15 June, Scotland’s first ever Pollinator Trail opened at Whitmuir Farm in the Scottish Borders. Neville Makan, local SNH Operations Officer, tells us about the launch of the trail and why pollinators are so important. Heather Anderson and … Continue reading
Evanton Community Wood – A real community adventure….
Evanton village sits just off the A9 on the Cromarty Firth just 16 miles north of Inverness. A thriving village serving a local population of around 1200, Evanton has one amenity that has grown (literally) from strength to strength – … Continue reading
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Sensing Landscape: Ridge, Route, Trail and Path
Rachel Mimiec, our National Scenic Areas Artist in Residence, reports from the dramatic landscape of Glencoe and Ben Nevis. As well as walking with groups over the past few weeks I have also been out for walks with individuals who … Continue reading
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